Welcoming his poor opponent 78 places in the FIFA rankings, Germany quickly showed the superiority with the goal of Reus opening the scoring at 10 minutes. This is the opening goal for the goal table at the stadium. Opel Arena.
Only in the first 45 minutes, Tanker took Estonia to 5 goals without being removed. Reus completed the double in the 37th minute, with the remaining goals scored by Gnabry, Goretzka and Gundogan.
Entering the second half, Germany continued to attack like a storm in the visitors' goal. In 62 minutes, young talents played for Bayern Munich – Gnabry completed the double in the match. Minutes later, the home team pillars were withdrawn, but they still had two more goals scored by Werner and Sane to score the win against Estonia.
This was Germany's third consecutive win in the Euro 2020 qualifiers. However, Tank still had to be in third place behind Northern Ireland with 3 points but played less than 1 match. On September 7, Germany will continue to play at home and host the Netherlands in Hamburg.
Final score: Germany 8-0 Estonia
Starting the lineup
Germany: Neuer – Schulz, Kehrer, Germany, Ginter, Kimmich – Gundogan, Goretzka – Grimaria, Reus, Sane
Estonia: Lepmets – Kams, Vihmann, Teniste, Mets, Pikk – Puri, Tamm, Vassiljev, Dmitrijev – Zenjov
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